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What to Expect Part 2: Discovery

What to Expect Part 2: Discovery

In any situation following a car accident, there are numerous steps that victims should take. If possible, there are many ways to collect evidence following the crash. Most people don’t know why it’s so important to gather this evidence after a crash.

Well, this information comes in handy during the discovery process when filing a personal injury lawsuit following a negligence-related auto accident. Discovery is so crucial to a case and it’s important to have an edge with the right evidence.

How Discovery Will Work

You may not even worry about the discovery process itself. However, what you can get and the information you have can help with discovery. During this time of the lawsuit, the legal advocates on both sides will bring forth the evidence they have.

This allows both sides to get a little more information that they may not have had prior to this part of the case. For instance, if the plaintiff has a witness of which the defendant was unaware, this would be the time the defendant learns the information.

What Is Brought In to Discovery?

Typically, discovery allows for each side to speak with any possible witnesses who can attest to the story of one side over the other. They can ask about the situation, who was at fault, and any other questions which can help build a strong case.

Other information available during discovery ranges from documentation detailing the damage from insurance adjusters to police reports of the accident. Medical reports may also be used to show the other side what a medical professional says regarding the severity of the damage.

Our Houston auto accident attorneys at The Daspit Law Firm recognize how important the discovery process is. It can be confusing for many plaintiffs to think about, but we aim to alleviate your stress and walk you through the process so you don’t have to worry.

When you need help seeking compensation after a negligence related accident, our team is here for you. You deserve justice. You deserve compensation. Let us be the team in your corner as you move forward from this difficult time.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

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